Toto Steve Lukather

  • Toto – XIV Review

    Some album releases generate a modicum of interest, some are worthy of column inches in the national press and then there are those that can send a fan base...
    March 5, 2015
  • Steve Lukather – Transition Review

    A nice album for fans of his solo works and for any genre lovers in Modern/Rock Melodic fields. It's clear that Lukather likes where he is this time in...
    January 1, 2013
AMON AMARTH – THE GREAT HEATHEN TOUR WITH CARCASS, CATTLE DECAPITATION AND OBITUARY OBLITERATE THE HAMMERSTEIN BALLROOM, NYC ON DECEMBER 1ST, 2022
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  • Pop Evil – Skeletons Review

    This is immense. The sounds are huge courtesy of a first-class production from Drew Fulk who has worked with the likes of Disturbed, Papa Roach, and Motionless In White...
    February 6, 2023
  • Robin McAuley – Alive Review

    Robin McAuley, he of the big voice and even bigger hair, held the mic for Grand Prix, Far Corporation, Survivor, Black Swan and not forgetting two tenures with Michael...
    February 6, 2023
  • Xandria – The Wonders Still Awaiting Review

    The last time fans had to wait 5+ years for a new album was of course Neverworld's End, which stands as possibly the band's best effort to date. While...
    February 3, 2023
  • Otherwise – Gawdzillionaire Review

    Never come across Otherwise until this release and by my reckoning, this is about their sixth release since their formation in 2003. With their feet firmly in the alternative...
    February 3, 2023
  • Avatar – Dance Devil, Dance Review

    There were some fabulous releases from some huge names in 2022 and this is a wonderful start to 2023. I don’t think it matters what sort of metal you...
    February 3, 2023
  • Doomsday Outlaw – Damaged Goods Review

    Doomsday Outlaw has knocked it out of the park AGAIN! The guitar pair are on the money and John Willis is his usual beastlike self behind the kit, but...
    February 1, 2023
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